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Procurement Office
Procurement Category
Engineering Services
Estimated Value
$2 million-$5 million
Competition Type
To be determined
RFP Quarter
4th QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
541 712
Sequence Number

Initiate a new Planning IDIQ intended to give FHWA and its U.S. Department of Transportation partners the flexibility to address a number of issue areas without specifically identifying each required task for the life of the contract. The contract holders will be expected to provide a series of services as needed with a variety of transportation and other expertise brought to bear. They are expected to be able to organize resources to answer sophisticated research questions that will often be multifaceted and contentious in nature.

The objective of this contract is to provide readily available support to the research program in several task areas that may include:  congestion, safety planning, security planning, economic development, planning capacity building, freight planning, national/international planning, tools to support planning and environment, and program management and outreach.

Contact Name
Kenneth Petty
(202) 366-6654
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?
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